Message from Superintendent Wayne Barrett:
I would like to share the following update on our plan to bring all students back to a hybrid learning model. Currently we have been given clearance by Skagit County Health to begin transitioning to an in-person model for instruction. We are beginning with our K-1 students in a half day hybrid format beginning October 5th. By dividing our classes in half, it will limit the number of students in a class to around 10 per session. This allows us to keep small cohort groups together and exposes everyone to much less interaction. Wednesdays will remain a remote learning day for all students which allows us to increase our deep cleaning of facilities. We are excited to have students onsite receiving additional support. Please review the website for further information regarding protocols and expectations during the hybrid model.
Beginning November 9th, we plan to bring all students back in an AA/BB hybrid model so students in the AA group will attend in person instruction Monday and Tuesday while those in the BB cohort will attend classes on Thursday and Friday while Wednesday will remain a remote learning day for all students to allow district personnel to deep clean our facilities. If you have specific questions regarding building specific questions please contact your building Principal.
During our hybrid instruction beginning November 9th, we will utilize our normal school schedules with additional information to follow regarding transportation schedules and further food service information.